Welcome, as far as presses if your going full bore and for the long haul I make cheese presses. They are a little expensive but there is nothing better and will last 10 lifetimes. Check out the link in my signature to go to my website.
I hate to discourage a possible valuable contributor to this website or a potential customer but cheese making is really a tinker hobby. No one, virtually, no one gets it right the first few times, as far as making soft cheese. And as far as hard cheese and mold ripened cheese almost no one gets it right the first 10 times...FLAME ON, I know I'm going to get people say their first and second cheese came out great, there's no dobut about that, but let's say you make a cheddar for the first cheese ever and you expect cheddar, it ain't going to be cheddar unless you are extremely lucky. It might be the best cheese in the world but not cheddar.
This hobby takes practice, dilligence and a lot of help from Wayne (born with stainless steel in his vains), Ryan (no bleach this time) and John (site owner and amatuer hobbit). THAT'S not to say every second is not fun, but to get it a correct cheese the way you intended every time takes years of practice.
Saying that you can still make great cheese just don't expect cheddar, and have fun.
Now if you really don't want to fuss around with equipment and such then just buy the professional looking stuff and be done with it. Honestly I'm not trying to make a sale but most cheese presses out there are crap, hence almost everyone on this board has made their own.